A thoroughly exquisite Victorian bangle bracelet, hand fabricated in 15K yellow gold (hence of British origin) meticulously ornamented all the way around with classic Etruscan Revival granulation and dotted in the center with a dozen small cabochon sapphires. The hinged bangle is in pristine conditi...(more)
A delightful Victorian braided mesh bracelet rendered in 9K gold (the mesh) and 15K gold (the centerpiece) - hence of English origin. The centerpiece, which does double duty as the clasp, is artfully ornamented with consummate Etruscan Revival granulation and a double arrow motif. Warmly patinated o...(more)
From late-nineteenth ~ early-twentieth century Florence, Italy, an exquisitely crafted floral assortment of pietra dura are painstakingly assembled and meticulously fitted together with intricately handcut hardstones to create a half-dozen mosaic bouquets to adorn your wrist. Showcased in ric...(more)
This astonishingly beautiful and truly sensational triumvirate of original late-19th century bangle bracelets, rendered in the classic Victorian style, boast superior quality natural Burma rubies (7.50 carats), exceptionally bright, crystalline Colombian emeralds (5.75 carats) and an ultra-sparkling...(more)
Light (hollow) and lovely, a classic late-19th/early-20th century hinged bangle bracelet, rendered in bright and sturdy 9K yellow gold (hence of British origin), elegantly hand engraved on the top half with a flowing foliate design. The bracelet fits about a 6 3/4 inch wrist size.
This dark, romantic sparkler, dating back to the late-1800s, is handcrafted in oxidized silver over 18 karat rose gold and wraps your wrist with almost 5 carats of bright-white and brilliant old mine-cut diamonds. The ten gracefully designed, repeating links culminate with a .45 carat diamond at th...(more)
Gently graduated repousse links of 14 karat yellow gold, plated in rich high-karat gold, culminate in a fanciful love knot centered with a sparkling old mine-cut diamond in this pristine and precious Victorian bracelet dating from the latter 19th/early 20th century. 6 7/8 inches.
A lovely Victorian (circa 1885) bangle, sturdily rendered in gleaming two-tone (yellow and rose) 9K gold and masterfully hand engraved, featuring the time-honored buckle motif which originates from the British Order of the Garter.
This comes courtesy of Antique Jewelry University (AJU):
barely begins to describe this exemplary early-Victorian snake bracelet - circa 1840 - magnificently handcrafted in silver over rich 18K yellow gold and packed to the hilt with over 12 carats of bright-white old mine-cut diamond sparklers, including a .70 carat old-mine cushion-cut o...(more)
A diagonal three-stone arrangement, composed of a cushion-cut Burmese ruby flanked by a pair of sparkling old-mine cut diamonds, crowns this twisted-rope style, hinged bangle bracelet, hand-fabricated in 14K rosy-yellow gold, circa 1890-1910. 6 3/4 inch wrist size.
Here is a splendid example of an original nineteenth century snake bracelet on which countless copies were based during the 1960s. The lithe and supple scaled bracelet is hand crafted in richly textured, hand engraved 18K yellow gold and is 'strikingly' adorned with cobalt blue and white enamel. His...(more)
Suitable for early-to-mid-nineteenth century French royalty, this opulent and impressive diamond bracelet, artfully handcrafted in darkened silver over 18K rose gold, sparkles by sun or candlelight with 12 gorgeous old mine-cut diamonds. The main diamonds, which total over 6 carats, alternate with f...(more)